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Volunteer group saves woman and two cats from Florence floods
ABC World News Tonight with David Muir
HELPING HAND: A volunteer group called Task Force 75 made up of mostly military veterans and first responders rescued a woman and two cats by boat from her home near Wilmington, North Carolina. https://abcn.ws/2FLyzTu
How to help those impacted by Hurricane Florence
September 21, 2018
CNN verifies Task Force 75 as a legitimate charity organization for hurricane relief.
Veteran volunteer group helps rescue animals after Florence
By Kristin Crawford | September 19, 2018 at 6:41 PM EST - Updated September 25 at 7:30 AM
Hurricane Florence: How to Help Those in Need
News 11:09 AM PDT, September 14, 2018 - Inside Edition Staff
How to Help Those Affected by Florence
By Karen Zraick
Sept. 15, 2018
One of the disaster-response organizations is Task Force 75, a volunteer group of veterans and others formed last year to help with rescues, first aid and humanitarian aid.
Here's How You Can Help Hurricane Florence Victims
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Sep 18, 2018
Here's how you can help the victims of Hurricane Florence!
If you want to help the victims of the flooding resulting from Hurricane Florence you can donate to Task Force 75.
This team of veterans has brought boats and supplies to Wilmington, North Carolina, to help with search and rescue operations for both people and animals, and is raising money in a verified GoFundMe campaign. Or you can donate to the Red Cross.
Over 1,500 Red Cross disaster workers are already working in the relief efforts. The American Red Cross is currently taking donations to help those affected by Florence.
War veterans deploy themselves to help Puerto Rico relief
By Bill Weir and Rachel Clarke, CNN
Updated 10:22 AM EDT, Thu October 19, 2017
While in Puerto Rico, CNN Reporter Bill Weir interviewed Task Force 75 member Eric Carlson and fellow Veterans from Warfighter DRT.
A quote from Bill Weir's Twitter post:
Bill WeirVerified account @BillWeirCNN Oct 19
"Eric Carlson and a few volunteer vets have fed 35,000 in borrowed trucks. If I was POTUS, I’d put him in charge."
Red Oak man joins hurricane rescue work
I didn’t want to sit at home and watch and do nothing
By Nick Johansen
Tuesday, September 5, 2017 at 7:03
The RED OAK EXPRESS did a piece on hometown Army Ranger Veteran Michael Luna as he aided the people of Texas during hurricane "Harvey" as a member of Task Force 75.
Veterans on Patrol at Windsor Park helping with clean-up
Sep 12, 2017